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Review of Every October
What a fabulous story of letting go when one dies. Only in this story, the one having trouble letting go is Zoey, the mother who had died and left her husband and child. Worse yet, she knows her death and the near death of her daughter were her fault.
Thus, she visits her husband and child on Halloween each year. As her daughter grows into a young girl, she’s able not to just sense her mother, but see her as well. However, her husband is trying to move on, but Zoey was the love of his life, and her yearly arrivals keep him from successfully doing so.
This is a beautifully written story with moments of humor and tears. I think I cried eight times during this story. Some were poignant cries, some sad, and one of joy. Aubree Lane paced this story beautifully, giving the readers moments of humor, compassion, further enlightenment of life after death, and the flexible rules of dying.
Zoey breaks a lot of rules and is about to land in purgartory, but with the help of Pru, Zoey tries harder, only there’s quite a bit of two steps forward and one step back…
It’s a short story, but well worth the read.